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Non-Pharmacological Management of Chronic Pain | Podcast

20 October 2017 - Dr Jan Orman


The harm done by chronic opiate use and misuse is a topical issue. This podcast is the highlights from the webinar where we examined the non-pharmacological strategies available to patients with chronic pain and introduce participants to some useful online programs for chronic pain management.

Prescription of analgesics and other medications in chronic pain is not the only management option available. In fact studies have shown that, in chronic pain, non-pharmacological interventions are much more effective and associated with many fewer side effects and secondary pathology.


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Download this document for a summary of the podcast.

Watch a recording of the live webinar Non-Pharmacological Management of Chronic Pain here.

Dr Jan Orman
Dr Jan Orman

Jan is Sydney GP, private psychological medicine practitioner in Sydney’s inner west and a GP educator for Black Dog Institute.

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